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    I want to separate each tcp or udp connection packets into a separate file which is already in a tcpdump file, is there any tool available which can do this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neminath View Post
    I want to separate each tcp or udp connection packets into a separate file which is already in a tcpdump file, is there any tool available which can do this.
    What is the format of this tcpdump file? Since the data is binary, is the file in hex, or is it raw?
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